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"Vantage VS-35 - Fun to Upgrade, Gibson CF-100 copy"

Vantage VS35 CEPublished on 02/05/16 at 04:29
This guitar has a wide neck - 1.75 inches. Very nice for finger picking. :bravo:
The old electronics were broken - so I replaced them with a no-name brand. Works fine. Also replaced the tuners, nut, and I have purchased a compensated bridge to put in.

I believe the guitar's top to be made of solid Nato wood, which is a wood similar to mahogany. The sides, I am pretty sure is a laminate, again Nato wood. (I had to enlarge the hole for the new electronics and I am pretty sure it's a laminate.)

The guitar projects great and with the new compensated bridge it really sounds and feels great. It has a deep tone. All in all, it is a fine guitar to get cheap and upgrade. It's now about the quality of......
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This guitar has a wide neck - 1.75 inches. Very nice for finger picking. :bravo:
The old electronics were broken - so I replaced them with a no-name brand. Works fine. Also replaced the tuners, nut, and I have purchased a compensated bridge to put in.

I believe the guitar's top to be made of solid Nato wood, which is a wood similar to mahogany. The sides, I am pretty sure is a laminate, again Nato wood. (I had to enlarge the hole for the new electronics and I am pretty sure it's a laminate.)

The guitar projects great and with the new compensated bridge it really sounds and feels great. It has a deep tone. All in all, it is a fine guitar to get cheap and upgrade. It's now about the quality of a 1000 dollar guitar.

This guitar model was made in Korea by the precursors of Samick.
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Vantage VS35 CEPublished on 01/08/06 at 03:23
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Excellent guitar, trs enjoyable round, rounded tone and jazzy trs. Perfect for this type of music. Barrs trs fair, even in acute. quality microphones average, 3 bands + Prampli volume trend Exceeds saturate. Always have a fresh battery (trs dgradation ds fast the battery is use). Difficult to replace the battery (under the rose). Temperatures requiring good strings too hard.
In the couple replaceable micro / prampli, this guitar would become a MODEL premium.
Trs finely crafted wood beautiful.

UTILIZATION

Excellent guitar, trs enjoyable round, rounded tone and jazzy trs. Perfect for this type of music. Barrs trs fair, even in acute. quality microphones average, 3 bands + Prampli......
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Excellent guitar, trs enjoyable round, rounded tone and jazzy trs. Perfect for this type of music. Barrs trs fair, even in acute. quality microphones average, 3 bands + Prampli volume trend Exceeds saturate. Always have a fresh battery (trs dgradation ds fast the battery is use). Difficult to replace the battery (under the rose). Temperatures requiring good strings too hard.
In the couple replaceable micro / prampli, this guitar would become a MODEL premium.
Trs finely crafted wood beautiful.

UTILIZATION

Excellent guitar, trs enjoyable round, rounded tone and jazzy trs. Perfect for this type of music. Barrs trs fair, even in acute. quality microphones average, 3 bands + Prampli volume trend Exceeds saturate. Always have a fresh battery (trs dgradation ds fast the battery is use). Difficult to replace the battery (under the rose). Temperatures requiring good strings too hard.
In the couple replaceable micro / prampli, this guitar would become a MODEL premium.
Trs finely crafted wood beautiful.

SOUNDS

Excellent guitar, trs enjoyable round, rounded tone and jazzy trs. Perfect for this type of music. Barrs trs fair, even in acute. quality microphones average, 3 bands + Prampli volume trend Exceeds saturate. Always have a fresh battery (trs dgradation ds fast the battery is use). Difficult to replace the battery (under the rose). Temperatures requiring good strings too hard.
In the couple replaceable micro / prampli, this guitar would become a MODEL premium.
Trs finely crafted wood beautiful.

OVERALL OPINION

Excellent guitar, trs enjoyable round, rounded tone and jazzy trs. Perfect for this type of music. Barrs trs fair, even in acute. quality microphones average, 3 bands + Prampli volume trend Exceeds saturate. Always have a fresh battery (trs dgradation ds fast the battery is use). Difficult to replace the battery (under the rose). Temperatures requiring good strings too hard.
In the couple replaceable micro / prampli, this guitar would become a MODEL premium.
Trs finely crafted wood beautiful.
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Vantage VS35 CEPublished on 11/14/06 at 08:40
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Made in Korea, probably a model 80 years, it is quite difficult to get the documentation!

Beautiful woodwork, even if it appears that the table is plywood.

The look, compared to low-end models even today, is certainly older, but personally I love, and the pictures make it very difficult, it is much more beautiful in reality.

on the other hand, it is better in my opinion be regarded as a sound and not as an electro-acoustic microphones are poor / outdated.

UTILIZATION

Cutaway for better access to acute.

The guitar is not "light" while others I've tried, and the sound suffers, it does not sound an a cardboard box.

I had to adjust the heat (too much action) and put more......
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Made in Korea, probably a model 80 years, it is quite difficult to get the documentation!

Beautiful woodwork, even if it appears that the table is plywood.

The look, compared to low-end models even today, is certainly older, but personally I love, and the pictures make it very difficult, it is much more beautiful in reality.

on the other hand, it is better in my opinion be regarded as a sound and not as an electro-acoustic microphones are poor / outdated.

UTILIZATION

Cutaway for better access to acute.

The guitar is not "light" while others I've tried, and the sound suffers, it does not sound an a cardboard box.

I had to adjust the heat (too much action) and put more light strings for better gameplay, and now it's very nice.

SOUNDS

I tried a lot of models and sound level I found that the equivalent to € 300 new. This obviously reflects the views than me!

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using a little happy months, it has a good sound and is very enjoyable to play. Also I did not pay much (€ 105 used) and she is very widely.

In use acoustic electric it is mandatory to think about changing the pickups, I'll also ask how an EMG ACS kit: now even with a good preamp sound is very low, very metallic, and with great blows ... short, not good at all.

I think I will come after complete installation of the kit.
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  • Manufacturer: Vantage
  • Model: VS35 CE
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/03/2003

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